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first With The News! oo Astride All The Activities Of The Town With Your Home-Town Paper (krteret For Value - Shop The Advs The Largest And Best Shop* And Services In The Aica Are Our Advertisers' Patronize Them! XXXIII—NO. 9 CARTERET, N. .1., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1954 PRICE EIOHT CENTS \. Staff Junior Achievement Unit Given Dinner |See Early Honored \i Dinner (ICIIIIMTH of Jafco |;,.|,.,| for Efforts ,|)iirinjj l >afit Mill' ;V IT ,-\<•TAHET—The members of „.' ii'niiot- Achievement Figurine iv were guests of honor at i j,eid at the Gypsy Camp ,v The dinner was given s. Metals Refining Com- pmisors of the teen age or- 11in. in recognition of the D[ the boys and girls dur- mast year, ii was formed last Sep- irom Junior and Senior of Carteret High School e interested In learning reiianics of business opera- :iv actually setting up and :n : a company. The suc- ilie enterprise was marked . n percent dividend paid to u k holders. in m Fl. Dyke, Vice Presi- ni General Manager of the Metals Refining Company principal speaker and •rd Gloria Lysek, President uc<>. with two awards , to the young company by itional Junior Achievement .i/.ition. These awards were :, liisiry Award for outstand- •.nmplishment and the ..ini'iit Award. e dinner were Joseph L. director of industrial re- of the U. S. Metals .:,: Company; Kenneth . Executive Vice Presl- iiiiuor Achievement, Inc.; : Horn, Principal, Cartaret : : IIDI, Stephen'Sulek, John Howard Cuvm and' Rich- •\••-/el. USMR JAPCO ad- •iii>l J. W. Youta, assistant - p..mt manager. Miiiored members of the : Achievement Figurine : . were Barbara Anderson, Karen Andrella, Walter Barbara Ann Kolnok, Jo- K..pin, Lillian Lenart, Gloria ioel Mazola, Joan Soltys, Ann Stanton, Eleanor Stu- I'nothy Szefczyk and Robert Loiumbus School 'resents Program WHTKRET-A Mothers' and Day Program was held '..• ciinmbus School. The fol- i..ok part: Yankee Doodle Mis.. Hundemann's Sec- .uii'-Song—O My Papa— ::;!/.' Third Orade-Song— Little Olrl—Anna Mae HI Miss Czajlcowgkl's Class- !•• V.mi Mother and Mine— 'ii.uli-s — R e c i t a t i o n s : i Markcson. JameS Pedlam, Kubian, Larry SpiUberg, y Seaton, Larry Hunslnger, Iti'isz. Recitations—No- Knows But Mother—Pat- Dendler. Unchangeable i Russell McAlerney, Rob- - ••iite. Edward Carmlcrrael, Williams —Mother —Carl '•• Mother's Day—Elizabeth lolin Valo—What U Home a Mother —Georgette ; ' Michael Ross, Eleaner When Daddy Was a Boy— 1 Clark, Joseptf Kara, Rob- •'• "in. Ruftis Williams—Dad; i Baloijh. Richard An- '••- Had and Me Together— Mnnsinger.—Only a Dad— ' Prokopiak, Joseph Song; Mother—The Red. mil Blue. a Fllm-Cluny was Industrial Activity Siiminrr Firm Now Has Acceptable Title to Tract Dedicate Playground Tomorrow; USMRWill Present It To Borough JAFOO FKTK: Scene ;it yesterday's dinner given in honor of the staff of the Junior Achievement Figurine Company hold at the Gypsy I'anip. The youthful group was commended for its efforts during the past year. Shown from left to right: John Hayduk, Howard Cuvin, advisors; Freeman H. Dyke, vice president and manager of the USMR plant, presenting the award to Miss Gloria Lysek, president of Jafco; Kenneth Kodcn, vice president of Junior Achievement, Inc., and Stephen Sulek, advisor. St. Joseph's Building Fund Drive Will Officially Open at 8 A* M. Mass Sunday CART ERST—St. Joseph parish, will officially mark the opening of Its Church-School building fund. campaign for a minimum of $125,000 on this Sunday, June 13 at the eight o'clock Mass. All the volunteer workers will receive Holy Com- munion at this Mass and will later adjourn to the School Hall, where a light breakfast will be served. The ceremonies will be pre- sided over by the Pastor. Father Cortney, O.8.M. In an inspiring address last evening, Father Cortney commended the efforts of the volunteers to the patronage of Our Blessed Mother and St. Joseph, the pat- ron of the parish. "Today", Biatljej C.pr^ney said, "there has been a great revival of paganism. You have gnthered here tonight to offer your minds and hearts to a no- ble and exalted cause intended to reverse that trend. We must not only build a Church In w.hich to offer the sacrifice of the Mass and to carry on the Sacramental life of the Church, but we mast likewise build an addition to our school where i our children will learn rever- ence for authority, Importance of the adoration of Qod, respect for the laws of God and country, practice of Christian virtues; In a word to be good Catholics and good citizens. I think we may say that Carteret will find that this new unit will be a tremendous influence for tolerance, good will, charity and the welfare of the entire com- munity." Although the campaign will be officially opsned on Sunday, Edward Dolan, Jr., chairman of the Advance Memorial Gifts Committee announced that $88,200 had already been re- ceived as gifts In advance of the EHiertVsolfcfartidh'bf trre'ehldre parish. In conjunction with the cam- paign aimed at helping to de- fray the cost of construction of a new Church-School, an essay contest was held for the school children. The title of the essay was "What St. Joseph's new Church-School raeani to my family". The prize winning esay of the boys was submitted by Daniel McMahon. He wrote: "The pur- pose of the Catholic Church is to help men save their souls and to spread the Word of God the world over. With a new School many more children will be educated In the Catholic re- ligion and a new church will af- ford a more glorious place for the worship of the King of Kings". Eugene CaliRuiri, prize win- ner of the girl's group wrote: "To my family the new St. Joseph's Church-School will stand for our greater love of God and devotion to our country. May we be privileged in our time to serve both". 'Father Cfffthey wished to congratulate all the youngsters who participated in the contest and expressed his regrets that there could be but two winners. From the beautiful and sincere thoughts offered by the stu- dents he was confident that St. Joseph Church would grow and prosper for many long years in Carteret. CARTEfRET—Early activity In the development of the Summer litrht industry tract In the West Carteret section is now evident. James E. Hanson, vice-president rf Alexander 6ummer Industrial Rervire, Teaneck* in a letter to ; the Mayor and Council revealed '•>nt title to, the Industrial devel- opment site has been finally de- livered by the borough. \ "It. was May 11, 1954, before i Carteret was in position to deliver title nceeptfi'ble to title Insurance cpmpnnlps of New Jersey," Han- i son wrote. Mr. Hanson explained the delay in the development plans: "We have on several occasions, had 1 an opportunity of establishing manu- facturing plants on the tract, but until a short time ago have never been aWe to make a firm commit- ment for delivery of the property," In his letter, Mr. Hanson also, revealed that in addition to former borough attorney, Benedict W. Harrington, three /inns of at- torneys spent 4,000 hours of at- torneys' time In the perfection of the title. Borough officials now feel con- fident that the Summer firm will be able to proceed with negotia- tions to dispose of various plots to interested parties. Late this fall or early next spring should see considerable activity In West Carteret, it was said. Here Are The Regulations For Air Raid Test Monday CARTERET — The following regulations will be enforced during the air raid test on Mon- day. All pedestrians shall seek shelter Immediately. Exception: Where a person is In residen- tial or outskirts area, In which case they shall simulate taking shelter alongside of a building tree, pole, etc. No person shall be directed to take shelter In a private home or hospital. Officers shall see to the secur- ity of Banks, Jewelry stores and other establishments and pre- vent overcrowding. All vehicle traffic shall stop and pull to the curb side, this includes Busses and Taxlrabs. Passengers are not required to leave the vehicle. They can re- main In same,* and simulate taking shelter by crouched posi- tions. Traffic shall be restricted to the movement of emergency ve- hicles, tills includes Public Utility vehicles and Doctor's cars responding to Emergency calls. Vehicles of both the Press and Radio representatives shall be allowed to move freely during the test to check com- pliance on the part of the public Householders: Should be in- structed that with the exception of their refrigerators, radios and gas pilot lights, they are to close off all other electric and gas appliances. All persons shall obey the above regulations and shall not leave shelter areas or other places of rafuge until the ALL CLEAR Is sounded. Police Reserves and Civil De- fense Wardens will remain In the open and see to the enforce* ment of Test regulations. Services, Picnic For St. Demetruis' Asks Cooperation In Air Raid Tes High School PTA Ends Busy Season C A R T E R E X—The Carteret Hlnh School P.T.A. named its standing committee chairmen for next season at its closing meeting held Wednesday evening at the gh school. Those named as committee chairmen were: budget nance, Mrs. Andrew and n- Abaray; •'o the Assembly. OnTues- I'lDRram was presented by 'M<al Education Depart- The following took part: ! 'i" Exercises and Stunts: ••vi'iith and eighth grade i ; -Jit by Mr. Semenza; 11 i: »;' Exercteea-^lxth grade •quire Dance—sixth grade Animated Spelling Bee— !- of taught p eighth grade girls by Mn, dreen- [''•'"'»« Unit Board To Meet Tuesday * executive the evening department 1 fl ;u-teret Woman's Club will 'liitsday, June IS at the "i Mrs, Stanley Nlemlec, lUll. lub held Its closing meet- P " lul dinner In Panwood Mon- r uisiit character and spiritual education, Rev. Malcolm Blown; Founder's Day, Mrs. John Hilu; health, Mrs. Elizabeth Simons, high school, Mr. Herman Horn: hospitality Mrs. Emil Albrecht; memb'qtahip, Mr. Geza Horvath; music, Miss Genevieve Kramer; procedure and by-laws, Mrs. Lawrence Gudmes- tadt; program, Mis. Frances Don- ovan; publicity, Mrs. Mary Lucas; reading and library service,. Mrs Elizabeth Jakeway; safety. SUt Edward Czajkowskl; and benevol- ent, Miss Ethel Snyder. Mrs. Emll Albrecht gave her re- port on the recent prom and also thanked all those who assisted and did such a magnificent job. It was announced that Mrs. Elizabeth Simons, school nurse, has received a tuition to attend the Health Education Workshop at Trenton State Teachers College this Summer. < A communication was received from bhe Metropolitan Opera Guild to reusWiWembership. The group also vofed'Ib sanc- tion the renewal of the students insurance. Mrs. John- Hila was presented with a past president's pin and double bar. She thanked all those in the P.T.A. 'who were so co- more than welcome to join. (Continued on Page 6) Closing Activities Listed at High School CARTERET T Herman Horn, principal of the High School, outlined plai^ for cioslng activi- ties at the school for the season. The baccalaureate service will be held at 1:45 P. M. Sunday, June 13, with Rabbi Akivah Chill delivering the address. Commencement exercises will be held at 6:30 F. M. Jurte 16 in the stadium, and in case of rain will be held in the school audi- torium. School closes June 23 at 1 P.M. Pvt. Brucato Assigned To Post in Germany (Special to Cakret Press) BAD KREUZNACH, GERMANY —Army Pvt. Anthony N. Brucato, 20, son of Joseph Brucato, 43 E. Oak Street, Carteret, N. J., re- cently joined the 2d Armored Division in Geimany.as a member of ^ four-man ''buddy" team. Brucato and threa of his bud- dies, together since basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark., have been assigned to tjhe division's J3d Armored Field Artillery Battalion. Under the new replacement sys- tem, the team will remain to- gether as a unit until released from active duty. -- ' Before entering the Army In December, 1953, he was a welder St. Mary s Plans 2 Sunday Masses CARTERET-^Rev, PaulHarchi- son, pastor of St. Mary'^s Ukrain-. ian Catholic Church, announced today that starting this Sunday in the new church, two masses will be held—low mass at 8 A. M. and high mass at 9 A. M. Confessions for the Holy Name Society will be heard in, the new church on Saturday evening be- tween the hours of 4 and 5 P.M.;, also from 7 tp 8 P. M. The mem- bers will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 8 A. M. mass. The Holy Name Society sofBball team held practice last night and the team is| improving very well. •The team wfl.ll be playing .various teams in the Ukrainian Catholic Diocese, as well as with independ- ent earns locally. A schedule Is be- ing planned to plafy games ' with Pertih Amfboy, Elizabeth, Newark, Passaic, Bayonne and New (St. George's H.NB.). The team lost its first encoiinter by a small margin last Sunday when it played the Holy Name Society of SS Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church Jersey City. The highlights of this Mark Flag Day At Nathan Hale CARTERET—A Flat;" Day -pro- gram, under the direction of Mrs. Dursts's fourth grade and Miss Stempjer's second grade, was held in the auditorium of the Nathan Hale School yesterday. The pro- gram follows: Flag bearer, John Vargonjch; Readintr'-of''Psahn and 1 Prayer, Lois Damich; Pledge to Mie Flag, Patricia Soltesz; The Star Span-'; gled Banner, Assem'bly; Poem, Your Flag and My Flag, Miss Stempler's second grade, Margaret Collins, Frederick Schmidt, Mary Resko, Charles Serson, Rosemary Graeme, Leslie Sabo, Lorraine Bonczek, Raymond Plotecia, sec- ond grade; Yankee Doodle Dance, whole class, second-grade; Marche Militaire, Rhythm Band, whole class, second grade. Announcer, Beryl Hill; The Old Flag Forever, Fredric Beslow; Dance, Sandra Surowka; Playet, Any Child and Her. Flag, entire class; Dance, Lorraine Hudak; America, The Beautiful, assembly. CARTERET—Pentecost will be observed at St. Demetrius Ukrain- ian Orthodox Church, Sunday, June 13th. Divine liturgies at 9 and 10:30 A. M. will be followed by prayers invoking the blessings of the Holy Spirit upon the world. In accord with the old customs the church will be decorated with green tree branches. The church choir will sing at the services under the direction of Prof Joseph Reynarovich. Eighteen children making their first confessions Saturday at 5 P. M., will receive holy com- munion at the first divine liturgy They are: Ai'lene Marie Komlew- skl, Marion Janet Tamburo, Eliz- abeth Deli, Ann Ann Lowe, June Slmone Marie Wrublevski Novel Social Tonight For Lady Craftsmen CARTERET—A novel program, based on the theme of 'This Is Your Life" will feature tonight's meeting and social of the Lady Craftsmen's Club in the club- house, Elm Streej,. There will be home-made re- freshments and an orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. The .affair is open to all members of the men's and women's units of Craftsmen. Single members are permitted to bring guests'.' GUILD PLANS SUPPER CAiRTEEET — Junior Women's Guild of the Free 3\Ja'gyar Re- formed Church will hold a supper June 17 In Bethlen Hall. Kathleen Yaremko, Janice Hal- bert, June Halbert, Donald A Harrow, Richard A. Phillips Michael S. Even, Allen A. Foyt- lin. Robert N. Leschek, Walter Moklak, Stephen J. Walko, An thony J. Papl, Richard Trucke Peter F. Prokopiak. The PTA will present the children wltt prayer books and St, Ann's Aux iliaiy will serve^hem communion breakfast on the rectory veranda A group photograph will be taken Picnic Sunday The' first picnic of the season will, be held by Parish at thj Ukrainian Pavilion Sunday, Jurv 13, beginning at 3 P. M. The pro ceeds will go to the recreatio: center building fund which nov amounts to $45,648.85. Stanley Stazko and John Lesk: are the co-chairmen of the aflai: They will be assisted by a com mlttee composed of the officer and members of the Sisterhoo of the Blessed Virgin, St. Ann Auxiliary, St. Demetrius Men Club and St. Demetrius You Clu namely—Mrs. Pauline Skocypei Mrs.' Anastasia Bamburak, Mr Ann Lesky, Mrs. Paraska Sikor: Mrs. Mary Polehohki, Mrs. Cat! erine Mrs. Ginda, Mrs. Mary Melic! Mary Harrow. Mrs. SteV (Continued on Page 6) C A R T E R E T — Louis Brow hairman of the Carteret Civilian •efense today- appenled to nil esidents of the boroimh to co- iperate fully in the air-raid alert chetluled for next Monday morn- ng. Mayor Bareford To Accept Gift For Community CARTERET—Carteret's newest liiyitround will be officially dedt- ii ted and opened to the public oinoirow morning at 11:00 j'llock. The fully equipped rec- entlon area, located on Bergen Street, is being donated to the BornuKh by the U. S. Metals Re- Company. Freeman H. Dyke, General Manager of the Company, will nuke the presentation of the playground to Mayor Frank 1. Bareford. The Reverend Charles A. Howard, Pastor of the People's .EZ. Church and member of the Citizen's Committee for the new playground, will dedicate the Joseph L. Carney, Director of Industrial and Public Relations at U.S.M.R., will be the Master of Ceremonies. Committee Planned Area Already acclaimed as one of the finest equipped play areas of Its site In the country, the new play- uroiind promises to be a focal pofnt for all the youngsters In Cnrterft. The planning of the area w»s done by the Citizens' Committee which consisted of Chairman Louis Brown, Aaron Rozwlle, Rev. Charles A. Howard, Walter Schaffhauser, Mrs. Mary Dowlir.g, David Jacobowltz, Miss Stella ^lalowarczuk. and Joseph CombH. It is to this committee that the appreciation of the corn- He said he expects State and Nati«nal officials as possible ob- servers to watch public partlclpa- ,lon since Carteret is a critical defense area. Final details for the W r t were outlined at a meeting of the CD held at Vlto's on Monday. At- endini? the session were Council- man Walter Niemiec, Treasurer Al Comba, secretary of the CD. Robert Walsh, secretary of the Carteret Industrial Association. Police Chief George Sheridan, Harry Rock. Joseph Dolinich, Al Evonitz School Superintendent Edwin S. Quin, Jr., Health In- spector Mlciiael Yarecheski and Julian Pollak. Mr. Brown, who presided, out- lined in detail the gaide to be fol- lowed in the test, in which the 'arteret plants as well as scltools will participate. The CD group also took up the request of the Police Reserve for equipment and voted to urge the Mayor and Council to provide whatever equipment is needed to the Reservists. Woman Badly Hurt In Truck Mishap Here CARTERET—Mrs. Victoria Sul, 106 Dorothy Street, suffered n fracture of the collarbone and bruises of the shoulder yesterday when struck by a truck In front of her home, police reported. She was removed to the Perth Amboy .General Hospital, in the ambu- lance of the First Aid Squad. Patrolman Andrew Toth iden- tified the operator of the truck as Andrew Niemiec, of 54 Ran- dolph Street. pany will be extended during the dedication ceremonies for the ex- cellent job they did in helping the new playground. Details of design and construc- tion were handled by George Baker and Sidney GreenhalRh of the Engineering Department at U.S.M.R. Varied Equipment Used Basketball and tennis courts are availuble for the use of the older children, and swings, slides, and sand boxes will keep the younger generation happy. There Is also a beautiful permanent shelter for use in Inclement weather, a bicycle rack, picnic tables, and a drinking fountain. The entire area Is enclosed by hiKh anchor fencing to protect the children while they are at play. The ceremonies of the day will consist of group singing, the pre- sentation of the playground by Mr. Dyke and the acceptance by Mayor Bareford, the dedication by Reverend Howard, and the official cutting of the ribbon by Mr. Dyke and Mayor Biireford. It Is ex- pected that a large group of civic and company officials will be pres- ent. Free ice cream will be distrib- uted to all children and adults at the conclusion of the ceremonies. .wftlrtf»---*He#-M»d Newark, N. J. Carp, P. T. A. SESSION C A R T E R E T — The regular meeting of the Washington Nathan.Hale P. T. A. will take place on Wednesday, June 16, at the Nathan Hale School at 8 P. M. same were the fine hitting Borough Gets a Fully Equipped Playfield l J| "' I 1 " Julian Pruiu will serve as "V 5or the group next sea- ll >er department chairmen: ' ai ' Mrs, Andrew Niemiec; k;i " Home, Mrs. William Art, Mrs, LauUi Mlkics; 1 Mrs. Theodore, Kleban- IU| "\ Miss Ethel Medvetzr lv >Uare, Mrs. Bruce Qal- •"•nip book. )ta,<4irfUon ••"" Thomas Coughlin will l evunini department '""i for the ChrUUnM Cotll- //. S. Graduates Will Find Jobs Here Harder to Get "Switch" Bawchak and Joe Su- har; also the great fielding plays of the Bcbenchlk brothers, Mickey and Whltey. A large «rowd Irom the parish witnessed the same. The teams will meet again in Carteret on Sunday, July 11. Joseph Suhar was named gen- eral chairman of the annua) dance sponsored by the-society, which will toe 'held Sunday, November 7, in the new Bethlen Hall on Cooke Avenue. The society will also take a ma- 'jor part in the Ukrainian Cath- olic Day activities on July 25; also at the dwlloatlon services of the new church on September 19. CARTERET — When more than 100 Carteret High School graduates enter Ohe labor nni- ket this month, they will find it harder to land a job than In remit years, It was indicated In a survey today. However, there should be enough work to go around, pro- vided the new entrants to the labor miuitet are not too "ehoosy." They may not «et thtt jab and salary they like, but employment Is available for these »ino are stole and to work. The diversity of industry in tills area tiive.s utw workers a wider choice of. uciuipaUon tlian Is possible in many parts of the country. The hiah school or college student who plans to. resume study In tlje fall will find sum- mer Jdbs In business and In- dustry prut'Ucally non-existent, ibtcause compuiUns 'Wlwh" liu former years soutfhl temporary help [u fill in during vacation will not I'twuiia than. TO MEKT TOMORROW CARTERET — The Supremo Forest Woodmen Cir.de Junior drove #9 will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 P. M. in Odd KKI- lows Hull, Final plans will be completed for their annual outlim to Roosevelt Park. the business mqetlim the of Jumi Otitny, Juno ary OLsndzki, and Dale Lucas will be celebrated. Chairman of the affair U Putrieja TrnoV4kt, HEADY FOR YOUNUSTEKM: Here's the new ulamuuud in i'hronw wldeli will be dedicated to- turned, over by the U, .S. McUI» Hcltning Comimuy lor the bcuvttt of boruiink residents. Cleveland School Has No Fire Trap CARTERET—There is no evl- dancu of any serious fire hazards ut the Cleveland School. This in brief form, is the deci- sion of Howard Holobmbe, in* .spec tor of school buildings of the State Department o.f Education. In a letter to the Boa'rd of Edu- cation, Mr. Hplcombe told of the results of an Inspection made of Hie school premises. i "Ample exit facilities have bijen provided", he stated in ais letKr. The board asked the State IDe- to . inspect the school •omplaints of the .PTA. < oacjies Named board appointed the fol- , couches: head football Doiialar King; basketlrarl, •y fcjiH-wak; baseball, Douglas ; director of Athletics, Fran- is A. McCarthy. A delegation from the Wtash- haij Hale PTA opposed A proposer! consolidation of third ch.s.ses : In the Washington School. A prt;lion with 43 signatures was received from parents of pupils attending Nathan Hule schuol protesting the removal of' 'a soft drink machine. Robert O'Donnell, now in the Army was appointed to teach the seventh marie next season. tlolin* E. D'Zurllla presided in the absence of Edward J. Dolun, Jr (iltll UN GETS B. S. DEGKKK CARTERET—Joseph Pf GnlTin, •.on of Mrs. Mary Griffin, fll U»n- Siiwt. has ntcelvwi a Budi- ut Wi'iMice, degree In »cc.<jiint- froin t*ie school of business Illustration Hi, St. Peter's Col- Jersey City. :ii(!

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first With The News! oo Astride All The Activities Of The Town With Your
Home-Town Paper (krteret For Value - Shop The Advs The Largest And Best Shop* And Services In The Aica Are Our Advertisers' Patronize Them!
XXXIII—NO. 9 CARTERET, N. .1., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1954 PRICE EIOHT CENTS
\ . Staff Junior Achievement Unit Given Dinner |See Early
Honored \i Dinner (ICIIIIMTH of Jafco |;,.|,.,| for Efforts
,|)iirinjj l> a f i t
Mil l '
,-\<•TAHET—The members of „.' ii'niiot- Achievement Figurine
iv were guests of honor at i j,eid at the Gypsy Camp ,v The dinner was given • s. Metals Refining Com-
pmisors of the teen age or- 11 in. in recognition of the D[ the boys and girls dur-
mast year, ii was formed last Sep- irom Junior and Senior of Carteret High School e interested In learning
reiianics of business opera- :iv actually setting up and :n : a company. The suc-
ilie enterprise was marked . n percent dividend paid to u k holders. in m Fl. Dyke, Vice Presi- n i General Manager of the
Metals Refining Company • principal speaker and
•rd Gloria Lysek, President uc<>. with two awards , to the young company by itional Junior Achievement
.i/.ition. These awards were :, liisiry Award for outstand-
•.nmplishment and the ..ini'iit Award.
e dinner were Joseph L. director of industrial re- of the U. S. Metals
.:,: Company; Kenneth . Executive Vice Presl-
iiiiuor Achievement, Inc.; : Horn, Principal, Cartaret : : IIDI, Stephen'Sulek, John
Howard Cuvm and' Rich- •\••-/el. USMR JAPCO ad-
•iii>l J. W. Youta, assistant - p..mt manager. • Miiiored members of the : Achievement F i g u r i n e
: . were Barbara Anderson, Karen Andrella, Walter Barbara Ann Kolnok, Jo-
K..pin, Lillian Lenart, Gloria ioel Mazola, Joan Soltys,
Ann Stanton, Eleanor Stu- I'nothy Szefczyk and Robert
Loiumbus School 'resents Program WHTKRET-A Mothers' and
• Day Program was held '..• ciinmbus School. The fol-
i..ok part: Yankee Doodle Mis.. Hundemann's Sec- .uii'-Song—O My Papa—
::;!/.' Third Orade-Song— Little Olrl—Anna Mae
H I Miss Czajlcowgkl's Class- !•• V.mi Mother and Mine—
'ii.uli-s — R e c i t a t i o n s : i Markcson. JameS Pedlam, • Kubian, Larry SpiUberg,
y Seaton, Larry Hunslnger, Iti'isz. Recitations—No-
Knows But Mother—Pat- Dendler. Unchangeable i Russell McAlerney, Rob- - ••iite. Edward Carmlcrrael, Williams —Mother —Carl
'•• Mother's Day—Elizabeth • lolin Valo—What U Home
a Mother —Georgette ; ' Michael Ross, Eleaner
When Daddy Was a Boy— 1 Clark, Joseptf Kara, Rob-
•'• "in. Ruftis Williams—Dad; • i Baloijh. Richard An- '••- Had and Me Together—
Mnnsinger.—Only a Dad— ' Prokopiak, J o s e p h
Song; Mother—The Red. mil Blue.
a Fllm-Cluny was
Dedicate Playground Tomorrow; USMR Will Present It To Borough
JAFOO FKTK: Scene ;it yesterday's dinner given in honor of the staff of the Junior Achievement Figurine Company hold at the Gypsy I'anip. The youthful group was commended for its efforts during the past year. Shown from left to right: John Hayduk, Howard Cuvin, advisors; Freeman H. Dyke, vice president and manager of the USMR plant, presenting the award to Miss Gloria Lysek, president of Jafco; Kenneth Kodcn, vice president of Junior Achievement, Inc., and
Stephen Sulek, advisor.
St. Joseph's Building Fund Drive Will Officially Open at 8 A* M. Mass Sunday
C A R T E R S T — S t . Joseph parish, will officially mark the opening of Its Church-School building fund. campaign for a minimum of $125,000 on this Sunday, June 13 at the eight o'clock Mass. All the volunteer workers will receive Holy Com- munion at this Mass and will later adjourn to the School Hall, where a light breakfast will be served.
The ceremonies will be pre- sided over by the Pastor. Father Cortney, O.8.M. In an inspiring address last evening, Father Cortney commended the efforts of the volunteers to the patronage of Our Blessed Mother and St. Joseph, the pat- ron of the parish.
"Today", Biatljej C . p r ^ n e y said, "there has been a great revival of paganism. You have gnthered here tonight to offer your minds and hearts to a no- ble and exalted cause intended to reverse that trend. We must not only build a Church In w.hich to offer the sacrifice of the Mass and to carry on the Sacramental life of the Church, but we mast likewise build an
addition to our school where i our children will learn rever- ence for authority, Importance of the adoration of Qod, respect for the laws of God and country, practice of Christian virtues; In a word to be good Catholics and good citizens. I think we may say that Carteret will find that this new unit will be a tremendous influence for tolerance, good will, charity and the welfare of the entire com- munity."
Although the campaign will be officially opsned on Sunday, Edward Dolan, Jr., chairman of the Advance Memorial Gifts C o m m i t t e e announced that $88,200 had already been re- ceived as gifts In advance of the EHiertVsolfcfartidh'bf trre'ehldre parish.
In conjunction with the cam- paign aimed at helping to de- fray the cost of construction of a new Church-School, an essay contest was held for the school children. The title of the essay was "What St. Joseph's new Church-School raeani to my family".
The prize winning esay of the boys was submitted by Daniel McMahon. He wrote: "The pur- pose of the Catholic Church is to help men save their souls and to spread the Word of God the world over. With a new School many more children will be educated In the Catholic re- ligion and a new church will af- ford a more glorious place for the worship of the King of Kings".
Eugene CaliRuiri, prize win- ner of the girl's group wrote: "To my family the new St. Joseph's Church-School will stand for our greater love of God and devotion to our country. May we be privileged in our time to serve both".
'Father Cfffthey wished to congratulate all the youngsters who participated in the contest and expressed his regrets that there could be but two winners. From the beautiful and sincere thoughts offered by the stu- dents he was confident that St. Joseph Church would grow and prosper for many long years in Carteret.
CARTEfRET—Early activity In the development of the Summer litrht industry tract In the West Carteret section is now evident.
James E. Hanson, vice-president rf Alexander 6ummer Industrial Rervire, Teaneck* in a letter to
; the Mayor and Council revealed '•>nt title to, the Industrial devel-
opment site has been finally de- livered by the borough.
\ "It. was May 11, 1954, before i Carteret was in position to deliver title nceeptfi'ble to title Insurance cpmpnnlps of New Jersey," Han-
i son wrote. Mr. Hanson explained the delay
in the development plans: "We have on several occasions, had1 an opportunity of establishing manu- facturing plants on the tract, but until a short time ago have never been aWe to make a firm commit- ment for delivery of the property,"
In his letter, Mr. Hanson also, revealed that in addition to former borough attorney, Benedict W. Harrington, three /inns of at- torneys spent 4,000 hours of at- torneys' time In the perfection of the title.
Borough officials now feel con- fident that the Summer firm will be able to proceed with negotia- tions to dispose of various plots to interested parties. Late this fall or early next spring should see considerable activity In West Carteret, it was said.
Here Are The Regulations For Air Raid Test Monday
CARTERET — The following regulations will be enforced during the air raid test on Mon- day.
All pedestrians shall seek shelter Immediately. Exception: Where a person is In residen- tial or outskirts area, In which case they shall simulate taking shelter alongside of a building tree, pole, etc.
No person shall be directed to take shelter In a private home or hospital.
Officers shall see to the secur- ity of Banks, Jewelry stores and other establishments and pre- vent overcrowding.
All vehicle traffic shall stop and pull to the curb side, this includes Busses and Taxlrabs. Passengers are not required to leave the vehicle. They can re- main In same,* and simulate taking shelter by crouched posi- tions.
Traffic shall be restricted to the movement of emergency ve- hicles, tills includes Public Utility vehicles and Doctor's cars responding to Emergency calls. Vehicles of both the Press and Radio representatives shall be allowed to move freely during the test to check com- pliance on the part of the public
Householders: Should be in- structed that with the exception of their refrigerators, radios and gas pilot lights, they are to close off all other electric and gas appliances.
All persons shall obey the above regulations and shall not leave shelter areas or other places of rafuge until the ALL CLEAR Is sounded.
Police Reserves and Civil De- fense Wardens will remain In the open and see to the enforce* ment of Test regulations.
Services, Picnic For St. Demetruis'
Asks Cooperation In Air Raid Tes
High School PTA Ends Busy Season C A R T E R E X—The Carteret
Hlnh School P.T.A. named its standing committee chairmen for next season at its closing meeting held Wednesday evening at the
gh school. Those named as committee
chairmen were: budget nance, Mrs. Andrew
and n- Abaray;
•'o the Assembly. OnTues- I'lDRram was presented by 'M<al Education Depart- The following took part:
! ' i " Exercises and Stunts: ••vi'iith and eighth grade i;-Jit by Mr. Semenza;
11 i :»;' Exercteea-^lxth grade •quire Dance—sixth grade Animated Spelling Bee—
!- of taught
* executive the evening department
1 fl;u-teret Woman's Club will 'liitsday, June IS at the "i Mrs, Stanley Nlemlec,
lUll.
lub held Its closing meet- P "lul dinner In Panwood Mon- r uisiit
character and spiritual education, Rev. Malcolm Blown; Founder's Day, Mrs. John Hilu; health, Mrs. Elizabeth Simons, high school, Mr. Herman Horn: hospitality Mrs. Emil Albrecht; memb'qtahip, Mr. Geza Horvath; music, Miss Genevieve Kramer; procedure and by-laws, Mrs. Lawrence Gudmes- tadt; program, Mis. Frances Don- ovan; publicity, Mrs. Mary Lucas; reading and library service,. Mrs Elizabeth Jakeway; safety. SUt Edward Czajkowskl; and benevol- ent, Miss Ethel Snyder.
Mrs. Emll Albrecht gave her re- port on the recent prom and also thanked all those who assisted and did such a magnificent job. • It was announced that Mrs.
Elizabeth Simons, school nurse, has received a tuition to attend the Health Education Workshop at Trenton State Teachers College this Summer. <
A communication was received from bhe Metropolitan Opera Guild to reusWiWembership.
The group also vofed'Ib sanc- tion the renewal of the students insurance.
Mrs. John- Hila was presented with a past president's pin and double bar. She thanked all those in the P.T.A. 'who were so co- more than welcome to join.
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Closing Activities Listed at High School
CARTERET T Herman Horn, principal of the High School, outlined plai^ for cioslng activi- ties at the school for the season.
The baccalaureate service will be held at 1:45 P. M. Sunday, June 13, with Rabbi Akivah Chill delivering the address.
Commencement exercises will be held at 6:30 F. M. Jurte 16 in the stadium, and in case of rain will be held in the school audi- torium.
School closes June 23 at 1 P.M.
Pvt. Brucato Assigned To Post in Germany
(Special to Cakret Press) BAD KREUZNACH, GERMANY
—Army Pvt. Anthony N. Brucato, 20, son of Joseph Brucato, 43 E. Oak Street, Carteret, N. J., re- cently joined the 2d Armored Division in Geimany.as a member of ^ four-man ''buddy" team.
Brucato and threa of his bud- dies, together since basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark., have been assigned to tjhe division's J3d Armored Field Artillery Battalion. Under the new replacement sys- tem, the team will remain to- gether as a unit until released from active duty. -- '
Before entering the Army In December, 1953, he was a welder
St. Mary s Plans 2 Sunday Masses
CARTERET-^Rev, PaulHarchi-
ian Catholic Church, announced
in the new church, two masses
will be held—low mass at 8 A. M.
and high mass at 9 A. M.
Confessions for the Holy Name Society will be heard in, the new church on Saturday evening be- tween the hours of 4 and 5 P.M.; , also from 7 tp 8 P. M. The mem- bers will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 8 A. M. mass.
The Holy Name Society sofBball team held practice last night and the team is| improving very well. •The team wfl.ll be playing .various teams in the Ukrainian Catholic Diocese, as well as with independ- ent earns locally. A schedule Is be- ing planned to plafy games'with Pertih Amfboy, Elizabeth, Newark, Passaic, Bayonne and New (St. George's H.NB.).
The team lost its first encoiinter by a small margin last Sunday when it played the Holy Name Society of SS Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church Jersey City. The highlights of this
Mark Flag Day At Nathan Hale
CARTERET—A Flat;" Day -pro- gram, under the direction of Mrs. Dursts's fourth grade and Miss Stempjer's second grade, was held in the auditorium of the Nathan Hale School yesterday. The pro- gram follows:
Flag bearer, John Vargonjch; Readintr'-of''Psahn and1 Prayer, Lois Damich; Pledge to Mie Flag, Patricia Soltesz; The Star Span-'; gled Banner, Assem'bly; Poem, Your Flag and My Flag, Miss Stempler's second grade, Margaret Collins, Frederick Schmidt, Mary Resko, Charles Serson, Rosemary Graeme, Leslie Sabo, Lorraine Bonczek, Raymond Plotecia, sec- ond grade; Yankee Doodle Dance, whole class, second-grade; Marche Militaire, Rhythm Band, whole class, second grade.
Announcer, Beryl Hill; The Old Flag Forever, Fredric Beslow; Dance, Sandra Surowka; Playet, Any Child and Her. Flag, entire class; Dance, Lorraine Hudak; America, The Beautiful, assembly.
CARTERET—Pentecost will be observed at St. Demetrius Ukrain- ian Orthodox Church, Sunday, June 13th. Divine liturgies at 9 and 10:30 A. M. will be followed by prayers invoking the blessings of the Holy Spirit upon the world. In accord with the old customs the church will be decorated with green tree branches. The church choir will sing at the services under the direction of Prof Joseph Reynarovich.
Eighteen children making their first confessions Saturday at 5 P. M., will receive holy com- munion at the first divine liturgy They are: Ai'lene Marie Komlew- skl, Marion Janet Tamburo, Eliz- abeth Deli,
Ann Ann
Novel Social Tonight For Lady Craftsmen
CARTERET—A novel program, based on the theme of 'This Is Your Life" will feature tonight's meeting and social of the Lady Craftsmen's Club in the club- house, Elm Streej,.
There will be home-made re- freshments and an orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. The .affair is open to all members of the men's and women's units of Craftsmen. Single members are permitted to bring guests'.'
GUILD PLANS SUPPER CAiRTEEET — Junior Women's
Guild of the Free 3\Ja'gyar Re- formed Church will hold a supper June 17 In Bethlen Hall.
Kathleen Yaremko, Janice Hal- bert, June Halbert, Donald A Harrow, Richard A. Phillips Michael S. Even, Allen A. Foyt- lin. Robert N. Leschek, Walter Moklak, Stephen J. Walko, An thony J. Papl, Richard Trucke Peter F. Prokopiak. The PTA will present the children wltt prayer books and St, Ann's Aux iliaiy will serve^hem communion breakfast on the rectory veranda A group photograph will be taken
Picnic Sunday The ' first picnic of the season
will, be held by Parish at thj Ukrainian Pavilion Sunday, Jurv 13, beginning at 3 P. M. The pro ceeds will go to the recreatio: center building fund which nov amounts to $45,648.85.
Stanley Stazko and John Lesk: are the co-chairmen of the aflai: They will be assisted by a com mlttee composed of the officer and members of the Sisterhoo of the Blessed Virgin, St. Ann Auxiliary, St. Demetrius Men Club and St. Demetrius You Clu namely—Mrs. Pauline Skocypei Mrs.' Anastasia Bamburak, Mr Ann Lesky, Mrs. Paraska Sikor: Mrs. Mary Polehohki, Mrs. Cat! erine Mrs.
Ginda, Mrs. Mary Melic! Mary Harrow. Mrs. SteV (Continued on Page 6)
C A R T E R E T — Louis Brow hairman of the Carteret Civilian •efense today- appenled to nil esidents of the boroimh to co- iperate fully in the air-raid alert chetluled for next Monday morn- ng.
Mayor Bareford To Accept Gift For Community CARTERET—Carteret's newest
liiyitround will be officially dedt- ii ted and opened to the public oinoirow morning at 11:00 j'llock. The fully equipped rec- entlon area, located on Bergen
Street, is being donated to the BornuKh by the U. S. Metals Re-
Company.
Freeman H. Dyke, General Manager of the Company, will nuke the presentation of the playground to Mayor Frank 1. Bareford. The Reverend Charles A. Howard, Pastor of the People's
.EZ. Church and member of the Citizen's Committee for the new playground, will dedicate the
Joseph L. Carney, Director of Industrial and Public Relations at U.S.M.R., will be the Master of Ceremonies.
Committee Planned Area
Already acclaimed as one of the finest equipped play areas of Its site In the country, the new play- uroiind promises to be a focal pofnt for all the youngsters In Cnrterft. The planning of the area w»s done by the Citizens' Committee which consisted of Chairman Louis Brown, Aaron Rozwlle, Rev. Charles A. Howard, Walter Schaffhauser, Mrs. Mary Dowlir.g, David Jacobowltz, Miss Stella ^lalowarczuk. and Joseph CombH. It is to this committee that the appreciation of the corn-
He said he expects State and Nati«nal officials as possible ob- servers to watch public partlclpa- ,lon since Carteret is a critical defense area.
Final details for the W r t were outlined at a meeting of the CD held at Vlto's on Monday. At- endini? the session were Council-
man Walter Niemiec, Treasurer Al Comba, secretary of the CD. Robert Walsh, secretary of the Carteret Industrial Association. Police Chief George Sheridan, Harry Rock. Joseph Dolinich, Al Evonitz School Superintendent Edwin S. Quin, Jr., Health In- spector Mlciiael Yarecheski and Julian Pollak.
Mr. Brown, who presided, out- lined in detail the gaide to be fol- lowed in the test, in which the
'arteret plants as well as scltools will participate.
The CD group also took up the request of the Police Reserve for equipment and voted to urge the Mayor and Council to provide whatever equipment is needed to the Reservists.
Woman Badly Hurt In Truck Mishap Here
CARTERET—Mrs. Victoria Sul, 106 Dorothy Street, suffered n fracture of the collarbone and bruises of the shoulder yesterday when struck by a truck In front of her home, police reported. She was removed to the Perth Amboy .General Hospital, in the ambu- lance of the First Aid Squad.
Patrolman Andrew Toth iden- tified the operator of the truck as Andrew Niemiec, of 54 Ran- dolph Street.
pany will be extended during the dedication ceremonies for the ex- cellent job they did in helping the new playground.
Details of design and construc- tion were handled by George Baker and Sidney GreenhalRh of the Engineering Department at U.S.M.R.
Varied Equipment Used
Basketball and tennis courts are availuble for the use of the older children, and swings, slides, and sand boxes will keep the younger generation happy. There Is also a beautiful permanent shelter for use in Inclement weather, a bicycle rack, picnic tables, and a drinking fountain. The entire area Is enclosed by hiKh anchor fencing to protect the children while they are at play.
The ceremonies of the day will consist of group singing, the pre- sentation of the playground by Mr. Dyke and the acceptance by Mayor Bareford, the dedication by Reverend Howard, and the official cutting of the ribbon by Mr. Dyke and Mayor Biireford. It Is ex- pected that a large group of civic and company officials will be pres- ent.
Free ice cream will be distrib- uted to all children and adults at the conclusion of the ceremonies.
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Carp,
P. T. A. SESSION C A R T E R E T — The regular
meeting of the Washington Nathan.Hale P. T. A. will take place on Wednesday, June 16, at the Nathan Hale School at 8 P. M.
same were the fine hitting
Borough Gets a Fully Equipped Playfield
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Julian Pruiu will serve as "V 5or the group next sea-
ll>er department chairmen: 'a i ' Mrs, Andrew Niemiec; k ; i " Home, Mrs. William
Art, Mrs, LauUi Mlkics; 1 Mrs. Theodore, Kleban-
I U |"\ Miss Ethel Medvetzr lv>Uare, Mrs. Bruce Qal- •"•nip book. )ta,<4irfUon
••"" Thomas Coughlin will l evunini department
'""i for the ChrUUnM Cotll-
//. S. Graduates Will Find Jobs Here Harder to Get
"Switch" Bawchak and Joe Su- har; also the great fielding plays of the Bcbenchlk brothers, Mickey and Whltey. A large «rowd Irom the parish witnessed the same. The teams will meet again in Carteret on Sunday, July 11.
Joseph Suhar was named gen- eral chairman of the annua) dance sponsored by the-society, which will toe 'held Sunday, November 7, in the new Bethlen Hall on Cooke Avenue.
The society will also take a ma- 'jor part in the Ukrainian Cath- olic Day activities on July 25; also at the dwlloatlon services of the new church on September 19.
CARTERET — When more than 100 Carteret High School graduates enter Ohe labor n n i - ket this month, they will find it harder to land a job than In remit years, It was indicated In a survey today.
However, there should be enough work to go around, pro- vided the new entrants to the labor miuitet are not too "ehoosy." They may not «et thtt jab and salary they like, but employment Is available for these »ino are stole and
to work. The diversity of industry in
tills area tiive.s utw workers a wider choice of. uciuipaUon tlian Is possible in many parts of the country.
The hiah school or college student who plans to. resume study In tlje fall will find sum- mer Jdbs In business and In- dustry prut'Ucally non-existent, ibtcause compuiUns 'Wlwh" liu former years soutfhl temporary help [u fill in during vacation will not I'twuiia than.
TO MEKT TOMORROW CARTERET — The Supremo
Forest Woodmen Cir.de Junior drove # 9 will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 P. M. in Odd KKI- lows Hull, Final plans will be completed for their annual outlim to Roosevelt Park.
the business mqetlim the of Jumi Otitny, Juno
ary OLsndzki, and Dale Lucas will be celebrated. Chairman of the affair U Putrieja TrnoV4kt,
HEADY FOR YOUNUSTEKM: Here's the new ulamuuud in i'hronw wldeli will be dedicated to- turned, over by the U, .S. McUI» Hcltning Comimuy lor the bcuvttt of boruiink residents.
Cleveland School Has No Fire Trap
CARTERET—There is no evl- dancu of any serious fire hazards ut the Cleveland School.
This in brief form, is the deci- sion of Howard Holobmbe, in* .spec tor of school buildings of the State Department o.f Education.
In a letter to the Boa'rd of Edu- cation, Mr. Hplcombe told of the results of an Inspection made of Hie school premises. i
"Ample exit facilities have bijen provided", he stated in ais letKr.
The board asked the State IDe- to . inspect the school •omplaints of the .PTA.
< oacjies Named board appointed the fol- , couches: head football Doiialar King; basketlrarl,
•y fcjiH-wak; baseball, Douglas ; director of Athletics, Fran-
is A. McCarthy.
School. A prt;lion with 43 signatures
was received from parents of pupils attending Nathan Hule schuol protesting the removal of' 'a soft drink machine.
Robert O'Donnell, now in the Army was appointed to teach the seventh marie next season.
tlolin* E. D'Zurllla presided in the absence of Edward J. Dolun, Jr
(iltll UN GETS B. S. DEGKKK CARTERET—Joseph Pf GnlTin,
•.on of Mrs. Mary Griffin, fll U»n- Siiwt. has ntcelvwi a Budi-
ut Wi'iMice, degree In »cc.<jiint- froin t*ie school of business Illustration Hi, St. Peter's Col- Jersey City.
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VU;F TWO FRIDAY; JUNE 11, 1954 CARTERET PRESS
I1 VRKVIEW PATTER Mis Kllzabtth Fink, 73 Daniel Slrrtt, Cftrterct 1-6083
•1 ;
Cnh Scout* i imt «roup has been
::i i His area and all boys .. '.',•!• iiL'cs o( 1% a n d 1 0 ' ^
1 ID join. Pertinent In- i-Kiinllnn the organize-
; ; \ in- obtained from Mrs. ('A 1-7528.
first Wishes , :.i on the tuwn was en-
, i!\ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. l.rbor Avenue and Mr.
i Bob Oreenberg, 52 Leber •.•• i;v.! \.vrek. Mr. and Mrs.
. ••'•••hnitcd their fifth an- ii'v on May'Z9 and Mrs, )'•• her birthday on May
F.nlcrUlning -•I Mrs. R. W. LaLshaw,
ii:ii Street, are entertaln- ! .nil Mrs. Howard LaUshaw i'.i.iic.svillp, Ohio, for a week
v.cekcnd Ruest at Latshaw is MUs Jane Owens of
•-Ii.i! re. Pa, C.P.T.A.
Cit i-fct Parkview Tax- '. Association met on Mon- •vf•:,!!! i nt the Carteret High •I. A decision was reached i:ir zoning of Parkview is
•Tiiv w:iy to protect the resi- .<i nr!sts of the resident of
iiii'ii. Action has been •;l in accomplish the zoning. ;i- arc also being formed for i.i1 :n be held on October 9.
i.ii'ii Hall. Tickets may be :. -»»I by contacting Mrs.
Id&Miunum, CA 1-7341. :i.,i:i of the affair is Mrs. t; r.bpi'R. Music for danc- •\ :i bi' provided by Eddie
:iiul his orchestra. <• r.-.-xl regular meeting of miip will be held on Septenr- .: i t :•.(• Carteret High School.
•ii ii'porter would like to take
this opportunity to wish everyone a very pleasant summer and also announce that this column will be discontinued for the summar and will be resume^ In September
Anyone wlahlng to contribute any news may do so by ealllnp CA 1-5600.
Kindergarten At 'Graduation
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.ibiiut. the twentieth repi- M.: speaker paused and
.• w>i mentor. * ':!<• man who persists in In- -;!H!;," he said, "will be good '! :•> tell us his name Instead n y .shouting out his pro-
I'm sure we shall all be iiD make his acquaintance."
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CARTERET-Cleveland Schoo held Its kindergarten graduatlor Wednesday In two groups, one lr the morning and the other In th( afternoon. ,„.-<•
At the exercises, the Cirterei Woman's Club which sponsored a "Seed Planting Contest" awardeC prizes to the following: first prize Richard BIscofT, Elizabeth Tuiick Richard Perry. Nancy Dougherty; second prize, William Beirne, Fern Srulowltz, James Steele and Pat- ricia Davln.
Songs, recitations and dances featured both programs. It was announced that the Cleveland- Columbus P.T.A. will hold a party for the graduates on Monday, June 14. The list of graduates follows:
Morning Group William Beirne, Richard Carter,
Stephen Comba, Cleveland Dal- ton, Paul Furman, Peter Furman. John Gavor. Robert Hanson, Allen Jackson, Richard Jennings, Robert Kozyra, Joseph Klsh, Les- lie Krantz, Jay Lebow, Earl Lister, Donald Ludwlg, Richard Majoros, Dennis Miller, Edward Moqre, Andrew Perna, Edward Shornock, Samuel Stratton, Frank Swlqpler Frank Versegl, Robert Vlbbert Henry Saglnaro, Dennis Martin, James" Jackson, Kim Doschw Richard Blschoff, Bernard Buck- worth, Stanley Wllwokski, Rich- ard Butler, Rafael Jimenez.
Marie Abatemarco, Eileen Buti, Rose Marie Clark; Alda Cruz, Cynthia Felegl, Linda Harmer, Monica Johnson, Eileen Kilyk Virginia Kollmar, Doreen Kubiak Barbara Lakatos, Frances Lakatos, Carol Jean Michael, Ethel Nagy Pamela Page, Fern Srulowitz, Beverly Toth. Elizabeth Turlck Suzanne Wllgus, Linda Novak Jacqueline August, C h r I s tl n e Russo, Sharon Seeglst, Marilyn Ouglimettl.
Afternoon Group Alexander Ahapow, J e f f e r y
Coyen, Michael Coons, Dennis Czeto, Garland Davis, Robert D a p s i s , Robert Qegenheimer, Richard Fulgo, Arlon Gibson, Artls Gulley, Thomas Hamilton, Geruld Harczuk, Brian Harris, Alex Hempel, Atilla Huszar, Er- win Huszar, Ronald Komlodl, Adrian Kovach, John Kudrlch, Dennis McMlckle, Dennis Morton,
Get* B. S. Degree
ALICE K. KARMAZIN
CARTERET — Alice Karma- zln, daughter of the ln(e Mr. ifid Mrs. Samuel Rarmniln, 1 Hermann Avenue, graduated Sunday, May 30, 1954, from Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa. Miss Karmazln received the degree of Hacholor of Science In Horn* Economics. At the grad- uation exerciies Miss Karmailn was awarded the Marjorie Bedle Ward Prize, awarded by Mrs. Marjorie Bedle Ward, Class of 193G of Cedar Crest, to the member of the graduating class who has achieved the highest academic standing in the De- partment of Home Economics. During her last year at Cedar Crest Miss Karmaiin was Dorm President, a member of Opheleo, the campus service organization, a member of the Home Eco- nomics Club, president of* her clans as alumnae for a five-year term, member of the Student Government Council, a mem- ber of Buskin (dramatic club), and was on the Dean's Honor List. She is a graduate of Car- teret High School, data of 1950.
For Harassed Husbands "Daddy, what is leisure?",' asked
the child. "My boy," replied the sire
"leisure Is the two minutes' rest a man gets while his wife thinks up something for him to'do."
'Graduation' Held By Youngsters
CARTERET — Washington School held Its kindergarten "graduation" yesterday. The pro- fcrsim and graduates follow:
Pledge to the Flag, Assembly; Player, Welcome, Playlet, Kinder- garten Children "The Visit of Lady Rain"; Dance. Kindergarten Children "Bow Bolindn"; Toy Band Selection. Kindergarten Children--"Parade of the Wooden S ol d i e r s " ; Processional, The Morning Uass; Perescniatlon of Class, Mrs. K. E. Donovan, Prin- cipal; Greetings'to the Class, Mr. Edwin S. Quln. Superintendent of Schools; Distribution of Certif- icates, Mr. E. J, Nolan, Pres. of Board of Education; Reading of Names, Mrs, E. Conlan, Mrs. A. Bishop; Klndergai'ien Tea^hrs. Song, The Class—"Kindergarten Graduation"; Recessional, The llass.
"Kindergarten Graduates" Edward Balog, John Brechka,
James Byleckle, William Freeman, John Gartley, Frederick Herbeck, Dennis, Kilyk, Thomas Krissak, Joseph Kushner, Robert Lanigan, William Markwalt, Michael Mask- aly, Michael McGlllls, Lawrence Nemeth, Kevin O'Connor, Robert Renaldi, William Sleber, John Slmko, George Sloan, Peter So- wlrka, Emll Such Alan Toth, Dennis Vacante.
Barbara Bedner, Roswitha Bod- nar, Charlotte Dance, Ann Die- bold, Debra Donohue, Wanda Goderstad, Maureen Hanf, Andrea Hlla, Fiances Hovenec, Paulette Kacsur, Linda Kazio, Joyce Kul- Ick, Linda Kuzma, Marianne Laura, Carolyn Messina, Elizabeth Minue, Sandra Pollard, Sandra Schwartz, Veronica Slrockman, Janet Sltar, Joan Sklmmons, Elizabeth Slivka, Mary Jane Trriosky, Glorlann Truck, Nancy Zamorski, Christine Zubach.
Prep (trndunlv
Richard Perry, David Relford Kenneth Rozelle, Richard Rundle James Steele. Richard Van Pelt John Weber, Richard Wltte, Ron- ald Yanik.
Barbara Andrella, B e v e r l y Balka, Bette Rae Barna, Maureen Brown, Iris Comba, Judith Cunha Patricia Davln, Patricia Dewltz, Carol DIAngelo, Nancy Dougherty arbara Fedak, Karen Felauer Isabel Fodor, Margaret Jones, Barbara Koncz, Lorraine Lat- shftw, Barbara Lazar, Mary Ann Mayorek, Slmone Pomanek, Pat rlcla Raia, Patricia Schmidt Violet Sebok, Rosalie Sllva Valerie Virag, Beverly Walker, Marie Walker, Janet Nagy. ,
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f:AHTERFT Sunday. October :i lias hiM'ii set as the date for the fiOl.h anniversary celebration of Hie '/.Inn Evangelical Lutheran Church. Hev. Kml O. Klette, pas- idi of tlie church announced to-
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'i Rev. Mi. Klette is general 1 chiiiiman. .Serving from the Jhurch Council are Alfred Fenske, chairman and Walter Helmichs; from congregation, Charles Hem- scl, Robert Peterson, Mrs. Klette, Mrs, Thomas Hemse!, Mrs. Doug-
WESLEY T. SPEVVAK, JR.
CARTERET—Wesley Thomas Spewak, Jr., son of Mr. and Mr?. Wesley Spewak of 42 Washing- ton Avenue, graduated from Gonzaga Prep In Washington, D. C, on June 13. He was active In school sports and was a mem- ber of the varsity basketball squad and of the Glee Club, He was awarded a half scholar- ship at Georgetown University and accepted It. Mr. and Mrs. Spewak and family and Mrs. Maurice Spewak attended the graduation. While In Washing- ton they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Carlton of Chevy Chase, Md. They were former residents of Carteret.
Ins Cnrlr Thp T.iullos' Guild will be represented by Mrs. Walter Ruddy, Mrs. Edyard Stockman, and the Sunday School by Edward Felauer, Walter Gawronski. Dec- orations will be In charge of the Luther League. I
The annual picnic of the Sun- day School will be held tomorrow ati Olympic Park. Buses will leave from in front of the church at 1 P. M. Mothers will accom- pany smaller children. Those at- tending, rrtny bring along luntfh baskets.
Sunday services: festival of the Holy Trinity; 8:30 A. M. German service; 9:30 A. M. English ser- vice; Sunday school at '10:30 A. M.
PLAN FOR FKST1VAI, CARTERET — Rebekah
Fellows will hold a strnwij. • festival Wednesday night in (,',j| Fellows Hall. Mrs. Walter s,»Pr| will be in chaw. r |
TO MARK ANNIVERSARY CARTERET-Carteret Chapter I
Order of Eastern Star will ofe..,-ve the 27th anniversary of its „,/ ganizatlon at the closing mec„, June 21 In Odd Fellows Hall
SET BUS TRIP CARTERET—Mother's Clm, I)L
St. Elizabeth's Church will -\«l\i\ sor a bus irlp to Washlnntur, morrow.
STORK CLUB
Son born to Mr. and Mrs, Jo- seph Parlacoskl, 60 Charles Street, at the Elizabeth General Hospital. Elizabeth.
Daughter born to Mr, and Mrs. John Fleming, 63 Sycamore Street, at the Rahway Memorial' Hos- iltal. Mrs. Fleming is the former Marion Wheeler,
Mr. and Mrs. James Doughty, 19 Fitch Street, are the proud parents of an infant daughter, Diane Susan, born May 29 at the Jeth Israel Hospital in Newark, tfrs. 'Doughty is the former Irene Hlla.
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The V, S, reduced Brazil's Iqan layments to kep up trade.
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Ann Dlebold, 77 Dorothy Street, left yesterday (Thursday) for a tnnsillcctomy operation at the Elizabeth General Hospital.
Mrs W L. Jones and daughter. Deborah Lynn are home from the hospital. Both mother
are doing fine. and
THOMAS I>. KASIIER
A H K T - Thomas D. on (if Mrs. Rose Kasher, rn Avenue, and the late i.hiT received his bach-
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\Oni(n I- Lausmohr Murks 2nd Birthday
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home after a stay in the hospital. Mrs. Crooks is the mother of Ronald Crooks.
Mrs. S. Nielson of Lone Island is visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert DftviB on Frederick Street.
Miss
; T K R E T — Miss Bonlta i .in.snifilii", daughter of Mr. \l:> Gerald Lausmohr, si red was Klven a birth--
::v m honor of her second The affair was held
included: Mr. and'Mrs. ii'Santis, Mr, and Mrs.
,v.,: i Lausmohr. Mr. Jim Peck, '. i ;;,.]-i;i neSantls. Mr. Walter ,.:: ,:,:.ik and daughter Sharon ,; \: . May Bell, all of Carteret,
,,:,, Mrs. John J. Marranca (•; d.ti; liter Debra Ann of Lin- :„ MI and Mrs. Pat Renaldi ,: d;r,i:-ht<T Donna M| | ie of •:; !;. ,iilni(!, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- P:i i; (iarhind of Perth Amboy, ;, -\;i;iii aiul daughter Judith fn^l- Miid Mrs. Ann O'Connor Bmuklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Gertrude Smith is recover- ing from an operation at the Presbyterian Hospital.
Mrs. Jack Williams, 9 Pauline Street, is recuperating at her home after a stay in the hospital.
Mrs. Tessie Day, Mrs. Alice Lynn, and Mrs. Ethel Cleary of Hillside and Elizabeth were the guests of Mrs. Al Ullano of Roose- velt Avenue Tuesday evening.
Mr. and "Mrs. Joel Lebow of Philadelphia, visited last weekend at the home of his parents Mr. t o n
and Mrs. Lewis Lebow of Post Blvd.
There seems to be an epidemic of measles on William Street). Those on the sick list Include: Richard Tendell, Dennis Van- cante, Kevin O'Connor, Sandy Merch, April May and Mark Ze- morla.
Mr. and Mrs, George Martin of George Street and children Mary Ellen and Thomas spent the Memorial Day weekend in Wll- llamsburg, Virginia, celebrating their anniversary.
Robert Ference home on leave from Balnbridge, Maryland, spent last weekend visiting home and at the home of his fiancee, Barbara Ginda, 15 Vermont Street.
Mrs. O. Behany Is home con- valescing from an operation.
Joan Dziak, of George Street is recovering from her op- eration at St. Barnabas Hospital She hopes to return home shortly.
Miss Lillian Berg , Gets B. S. Degree
CARTERIET — Miss Lillian Le- nore BLTR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berg, 13 Hermann Avenue, received the degree ol Bacnclor of Science in. Education at State Teachers College, Tren-
Miss Berg majored in health and physical education. Her col- lege activities included; secre- tary, Modern Dance; secretary, Exchange Student Committee; cheerleader; WAA; Modern Dance Scholarship, social board, advisory board, clulb leaders; H. & P. E. Clu'b, Philomathean Sigma Soro- rity and All College Revue. She Is a graduate of Carteret High School, Class of 1950.
John M. Kolibns, Jr. Given Law Degree
I n s NKW I'OST T—Dr. Carl P. PruU
.•. ix'fii appointed vlce- .: and technical director, ', divisions. Food Machin- :-.< inical Corporation, Paul .-. president of the cor-
• ". announced today. He .;n:i to Ernest Hart, FMC :;.' vice-president, and will -.iiui ;it, the chemical dlvl- .uimuustratlve offices, 161 KuriV-Secohd Street, New
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Mr. and Mrs. George Martin were the guests of Mrs. Muriel O'Mally who was starring in the Music Circus in Lamebertvllle, on Saturday evening, June 6.
Mrs. Dorothy Rasimowicz, 29 Herman Street celebrated her 18th birthday, Tuesday, June B, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lubach, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wager of Willlamtoh, California, spent a few days visiting with his nephew, Francis Vlverlos, 96 Frederick Street. The Wagers' are now spending a week with their niece Mrs. B. Lubach, 118 William Street.
Mrs. John Crooks, of Hemp- stead, Long Island, has returned
CARTERET — At the 109th commencement exercises held at Rosehill Fordham University, on Wednesday, John Michael Kolibas, Jr.. 18 Hudson Street, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kolibas, Sr.. 43 Pershing Avenue, received his Bachelor of Law degree.
Mr. Kolibas also attended Seton iall University where he received iis A.B. decree. He was married
1949 to the former Veronica Cecelia Kane of Kearney and the oupie have two children. John :il. 3 years old and Thomas Wil- iam, 3 months old.
( MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL DKMKTKR
Rev, C, S. Roskovies wi\s coli:- at the Gypsy Camp. The affair brant of the mass said in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dempter, 19 Holly Street. They were mar- ried at St. Elias' Greek Catholic Church on June 1, 1929, at which time the late Rev. Proskura offi- ciated.
Mrs. Demetcr is the former Rose
was opened will a prayer by the Rev. Roskovics, and Surrogate Elmer E. Brown acted as toast- master.
ATTEND CONVENTION CARTERET — Those attending
the the
were: Mrs.
CARTERET flrndmtlon PX'T- iscs were held this week at St.
insrph's School, where eerttflfateR •crrr nwarded to 43 students. A :u'tuber of awnrrls also were made.
(irndn.itrs were Miss Bflbltsky, ''\Vv. Judith A, Banlck, Ronald
T n MwlHK. Mis^ C:\TiguflrI. Mi . Ciuvipbfll. Oorge J. Clause.
M.u-ie Hitter, Kathleen M. ;v nkowskl. Donald F. Dowlinu. ''" ni'V. Llndn A O.in'ios, Wil- ';.'n .1 Kac!i\ir, Knntor, MtssKir- in Mincky, Joseph A. Kaslvi. Hester ') Kuzin. Jiwrph G. Klsty, Michael I Kurlrla. Ktihn. John T. Unhy. Rii'hnrd E. Lisicki, Mantik'hi* mil Brian McDonnell,
Also. Dell Eli nlbe'h Kf-1"-1 — M-\i;'!ion. Charles J. Nagv, MisS iiiuiiii. Robert G. Palmer, Do-
'•"•i>s M. Platt, PoH, Martin J. Hock, Manraret A. S<=tnen7,a. Miss Shutello. 'Lucille E. Btanton, Julia M R'/eztnye, Tele-posky, Walter B Terr'wrky. Torok, John Z. Vascl- •iec, Marie D, Vlrag and Anthony r zuiio.
Awards were presented to John Teleposky and Margaret Ortu- tni, highest averages; Teleuosky ind *Eugenla Callguari. religion awards; Michael Poll and Josette Babitstky. a r i t h m e t i c awards Brian McDonnell and Manure Scmenza, spelling awards; Jeffery Kuhn and Miss Ortutal. history awards; Daniel McfMnhon und Grace Camp'bell, English awards John Kantor and Jeanne Shu te'.lo, geography awards: Rlohan Baker, Jeanne Shutello, Rosemarj Karmonocky and1 Daniel Mc Malion, art contest winners; Miss Karmonocky, Stephen Torok, Pol
William Babick and Bride Honeymooning in Florida
CAOTERET — Miss CorutHncf Marie Cascio. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Prank Casclo. 1014 West Front Street. Plainfleld, became thr bride of William Paul Bablk, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul L. Babik,
1 Wheeler Avenue. In St. Ellz-
h's Churi'ii oaiuraay afternoon Anthony J. Huber, pastor of
he church, performed the cere- mony.
The bride was given In mar- lane by her father. She wore p own of Ice blue taffeta etnbroi-
ierwl in lace, a full nylon tulle redtngote and short whtle Rloves Her veil of illusion fell from a Juliet cap and she carried a colo- nial bouquet of lilies of the valley
nd roses. Miss Fiances Anthony of Plain-
field was the maid of honor, and bridesmaids Included the bride's cousin. Miss Maryann Aainsworth of Forest Hills. L. 1.; Miss Jane Megyesl of this borough and Mis; Teresa Mlstrangelo of Plainfleld
John F. Breza. Railway, servec his cousin as'best man. and Ernes Waltz, this borough; Nicholas B,Uka, Highland Park, and John Casclo, Plainfleld. ushered.
The newlyweds will reside at 6 Wheeler Avenue here on their re turn June 20 from a wedding trii to Miami Beach, Fla.
Mrs. Bablk attended Nortl Plainfleld High School and is em
l>esky Gets CARTERET - Stephen Lesk:
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesky. Sharot Street receivsd an ASKO date In Arts Degree at the annu commencement exercises held Ftiirleish Dickenson College.
•it irii K . M ; : M I A r s e n a l . ler hii.-!wnd m\ niitmmis of C»r-
Hmh School, is now attend- i« Franklin and Marshall Col-
Lnnmtcr, Pa . as a pre- inedk-iil student
Sister Superior I* Honored ul Party
CARTERET The Altar and losurv Society of the Sacred Heart Church held their final .neetinii of t! in sen son Sunday.
A surprise fnrewPil party « u •emlered Sister Superior Dolores O.SF. who h.is served this parish or i< number (if years and will be ransti'vred shortly
On belulf of t!,e society Father L. J. FetiUTt pn-sented Sister Dolores witli an Lbsln Nuns watch.,
Mrs. LTIUJIT Viin Dusky pre- sented Father Pi-lrlck with a sur- irlse birthday nlft. which he will elebrate at the end of the month.
After the business meeting re- freshments wen' served. Those .m the committee were Mrs. P. Renaldi, Mrs. ,1. Hreha. Mrs. M. Poll. Mrs. Sivon. Mrs, G. Nep- shm.sky and Mrs. H. Clark.
1,1st Award Winners CARTERET--Piano students of
Miss Eleanor Abnrsiy who received awards for pi:mo auditions of the Oriflilh Music Foundation, on Sunday. June 6, at the Mosque .Theater in Newark were: John Kantor, John ktulrlrk, Thea Chodosh, Lmdn Chodosh, Ellae Jiu'oljy, Beryl Hill, James Uukach,
Gottlieb, and Sharon Bey.
Holy Name Ijnit Will Receive Communion
CAltl) OF THANKS
CHUDICK • -i,.;i ti> express our sin-
i;:.ir.k.- to our relatives. ui, and neinht>ors for their . rtiJKs.sions of sympathy,
ii:.iu\ acts of kindness, ' 11! i)itu(iuets and beauti- :'• :"»1 tributes extended In • >• -rri: bereavement in the . "! our dearly beloved
•'vandmothDr and sis- '',.- Theresa Chudick.
• prrally wish to thank -••• • Hasil Sychta; the or-
MKS Pauline Krupa; •>:'n:i, Andrew Clganik;
•••'•• • • U M ( i f t h e S 3 C y r i l
M^hodus Slovak Church '•'•••' A m b o y ; D r . M . A .
•••••-.. ( i l l ic ia ls a n d e m -
'. the Foster Wheeler Hi ilrrmakers Local #28
'•••• H . i i l m ^ i o n P 6 w e r S t a -
"•'•' :i;:)ers of the, Rainbow '•'•••«• who donated cars; • Police Escort; pall-
1 ,d:d the Funeral Dlrec- ;•' N. Ui?.ub, for satlsfac-
1 ;',ir«'s rendered. CHUDrCK FAMILY ZUBECK FAMILY
CARTERET — The Holy Name Society of the St, Elizabeth R.C. Church will receive communion in a body on Sunday, June 20, a the 8 A. M. MdW.
During the Mass the new pape flag donated by^the society wil be blessed by Rev. Anthony Huber. A breakfast will follow in the St. James Hall with Mr. George Slomko as chairman. Th next regular meeting of the group will be held June 21, at 8 P. M.
Ends Home Training C A R T E R E T - — Marion .
Szewczyk, 42. 8 Christopher Stree has completed a home trainlm program in television & aijd ad v a n c e d television — graduatini from DeVRY Technical Institute affiliated with DeForest's Train- ing. Inc., 4141 Belmont Avenue Chicago, one of the largest and best rated training institutions its kind In the country.
Some peasants in Italy are now iand owners.
OBITUARIES The funeral of Frances Mary
Alenu. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Alena tnee Noskow- skyi of 65 Linden Street, took place Wednesday afternoon from the Blzub Funeral Home, 54 v/heeler Avenue. The Rev. Louis Cortney, paster of St. Josephs R.C. Church held angelical bless- ing services.
Interment was in the St. James Cemetery, Woodbridge.
The infant died soon after birth TueSdny at the Elizabeth General Hospital, Elizabeth. Be- sides her parents she is survived by one brother Stephen and One .sister June.
MRS. THERESA CHUDICK CARTEREJ1 — Many friends,
relatives and neighbors attended the funeral services for Mrs. The- resa Chudick. 29 Lafayette Street, held Monday morning in Sts. Cyril and Methodius Slovak Church, Perth Amboy, with the Rev. Basil Sychta celt'brant of the mass. In- terment was in the church ceme- tery, Perth Amboy^ The.'bearers were Fred Gombos, Thomas Hem- sel, Adam Krau.se, Joseph San- dor, Stanley Ssytoa and Michael Sekosky.
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••'• •' i-wplo their work Is "Just a ••':' »•' -rk is your pleasure, and I •: ' 'in ol planning your trip. In
'•'•'' <•• - lv. 1 go m a n y place*, .places 1 ' ' :ft about bring back to my •'• 'iitiiliil memorial, I >»e aga in
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"''" moment, the greatest nuntfier ' i"u>.toniBrs gia lioneymooiiiri.
{/l "lay in New York City, a "' » • Poconos, a trip to Bermuda """• 1 enjoy helping1 them with ''"ui.ijBmenii and perhaps giving ;"!"s to lit in W |(D rt,,i, budget,
'•'"»•• schedules. We try to Include u">ynioon, a lew eutra sp«la
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A dinner with 75 guests attend- and John Feeney, perfect attend ing was held in the couple's honor
"Congratulations to the winners!" Says E. W. ENDTER, President of The California Oil Company
''Some time ago we told three local high schools about our new annual college scholarship awards. We asked each school to pick the young person most worthy of the award, which is .$600 a year for four years. Now that our schools have made their choices, it's my privilege to con- gratulate the winners on behalf of The California Oil Company. I'm sure all of us in the Perth Amboy and Woodbridge area wish Donald, Robert and William great success at college."
YOUR GOOD NEIGHBOR...THE CALIFORNIA OIL COMPANY
Wlllluni f. I I J W I I I . J , I I , I . , i .%ri lS l i . , I, r , , i u : i , l M , , H a H i g h Scl ioi i l , Donold B. C o o k .
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PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1954 CARTERET
Sabo's Win, 26-1; Crush Crusaders
In Jr. Loop Opener CAKTI'TiKT -The pr.pular Jun-
ior W'fljnir ( penwl Us season on VIciniluy ni,-• 11L with a powerful H. bo's Fpnrt a h n rtmntw rou#h- .••Ind over the Cnis.irleis by a 28 ID 1 scoff.
No less t!|!in 14 walks helped tlif .Siilius' .^'firlni; efforts Rrcatly. To top this, the Crusaders made an even tln/.ni efron.
John Pnlniicsak pitched a nifty game nnrl nave up only two hits, strlkin:; cut nlRht. butters. Joe Nirtll pnunrted out three' hits to lead tlie attack, with Vlnsko and Knit Ink ctrh RcttlnR two safeties.
Oeotw Kurtlftk .set some sort of n record by renchlni? first base six times iind scnrliu' tlm«s.
Sabn's Snorl AB
Kurtink. rf Nnrdi, c Antnnelll, lb Onder. lb Vlnskn, ss. ?'•> Naprano. if
Riivt. If P'isllln. If
P'hnly, c
R 6 5 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 3
32 26 13 Crusaders
SiiWs Crusaders
AB 1 £
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17 1 2 2 ff I 8 3 4-26 0 0 1 0 0 0—1
Jobs are plentiful, Mitchell tells graduates.
Braves Score Over Cardinals, 15-6, In Midget League
CARTERET The Braves sub- dued the CnirllniUs. IS to (i. In the Midget IiTBttiie Knine Tuesday afternoon at the Park field.
The winners scored hoavtl? In the first few innings, tallying four In the first nml elpht more In the second frame Rock had four for five to lend the attack.
The box snore: MIDOKT LRAOUF.
Cardinal* 16) AB R H
Williams, lb Corentl, cf Knliora, 3b Pettls.'lf Mftiqulta, ss 'Finn, if Andrella, rf Menchise, 2b Medvetz. 2b Perry, c . . CarmlchtteJ, p
5 0 0 1 0 1 1
Braves US)
4 1 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
27 6 5
AB R H Zullo, 3b Telly, cf . Kis ty . l b 9lca, 2b . . . Cune, SB Smaku, rf Rook, c Cadella, p Baker, If
4 0 2 4 1 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 2 3 2 5 2 1 5 2 4 3 1 1 3 2 2
30 15 13 Cardinals 0 1 3 1 1 0 0—6 Braves 4 8 0 0 3 0 x—15
The summary: Three-base hits, S. Lukasluk; home runs, S. Lu- kasluk.
COUPLES SWAP MATKS LAS VEGAS, Nev.—It was all
very friendly as Mlllard D. Platt and Claude Fowler swapped wives recently. Platt, 35, was divorced by Arlene Platt, 34, on grounds of mental cruelty. Fowler, 39, was divorced by Vivian Fowler, 46, who allegud extreme cruelty. Then they all went together to the Mar- riage Bureau and were revved.
May crop estimates set off wave of liquidation.
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KRET-The Pirate All „!,„.(! their season In the H,,c:reatlon League by go- buttiiiM binge and routing
,,-ls. 20 to 0. was the opening pitcher, only three scattered htis.
lion, he was the leading ,,. his team, banging out
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Kims: Helley and Woodhull
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Mortsea Pitches One - Hitter As {amblers Win, 17-0 CAHTERET — T«d MorUea
! a brilliant one-hitter as the IITS pounded out a 17-0
•;' triumph over the Clovers regular Senior Recreation'
.i!! League contest played ut'k ut the high school sta-
[:.,:] lirki. :fuj L'ot the only hit of the in the Clovers In the last : with two away.
the present time Dougy ;' boys are leading ths race, .mi Helley had a big day a t -t-ttiriK four hits In five
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The Lions Club have discon- tinued of picking up scrap paper temporarily until the price of paper rises. The public will be notified when to save paper for the next drive.
Read Meyer's story of Wopeye Lukftsiakand his story of being a Class T) Manager in Jackson, Miss, Team lost 26 straight and had to fold.
Rcereation Recreation . . . All leagues in action as Wasilewski and Horaskl are kept busy going from one field to another.
Senior league . . . h»rd ball . . . Holy Family get revenge for their defeat at the hands of the Ramb- : „ _ , , , lers arid win 9^1'as the Ramblers W a d l a k
are minus their Seniors who are s P | s a k ' away on their annual trip. The two teams are tied for the lead.
Softball . . . Knights of Colum- bus continue to hold the lead but rest of teams are getting stronger.
Girl's Softball . . . Frank Green being smiling as his Debs remain undefeated, haven beaten the Yuhasz Girls 7-3.
Junior League , . . Sabo's sport shop shell the Crusaders In the opening game by a score of 26-1 John Polancsak pitching a 2 hit- ter and striking out 8 batters. Uneven game due to a dozen errors and 14 walks issued by the 3 pitchers. Starting pitcher Bar- batio was the loser, George Kur- tlak leached base 6 times and scored 6 times on 4 walks and 2 hits.
We hope this onesided game does not discourage the Crusaders or make the Sabo's overconfident. Next time might be a difleren game.
Ernie Sabo, former A's and Yankee player has taken a deep interest In the Junior League and as a Yankee scout ii on the look >ut for good prospects.
Ulman's Bakery; sponsors o; another team In the Junioi League have been interested it: 'outh for a long* time and hav ponsored teams for the last
years. Morris <fe Eddie Ulman have treated his Boys to sweets after they win games.
Pictures have been taken Sabo's & Ulman teams and tin Boys can have a copy by seeini Zoltan Szabo at his studio for small price of 75 cents. '
High school . . . track; Cartere loses last meet of the season t< Woodbridge in a dual meet. Di Gardner wins In the 440 yard ru; and Kady the 100 yard dash.
Carteret scores 9 points in thp State.track meet held last Satur- day at New Brunswick. Don Gardner getting 2nd place in me 440 yard run for 4 points and a silver medal, while Lou Kady came in 3rd in the 100 yard dash for 3 points and a silver medal. Bill Baldwin scores 2 points for 4th place in the 100 yard dash. Team will be strong next year as some good prospects are coming from the Freshman and 8th grades.
Baseball . . . team loses last scheduled game of the reason to
City Line Team Beats Hill A. C.
In Came, 20-15 CARTERET—In a wild am'
free hitting contest, the City Mm Social Club defeated the Hill AC.
0 to 15. In the Men's Recreation oftball League this week nt fiblg's field. Every player got nt least om
lit and every man scored except wo men.
Goderstad and Ference got four its apiece. The box score: MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE
inn A.C. us)
Sabo's Sporl Shop
17 16
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. 0 3 0 1 2 0 O 0 0 Q 0 Q — 0
Casha, ss loan, 3b
Bellak,, c ~>rence, p Tylka, If ....• Lakatos, 2b .. Hadyniak, lb Lukach, cf Wadlak, rf
Russo, cf Sita, rf Jones, If
zajkowskl, ss Donovan, 3b Abate, p 'rovino, 2b .
Stragapede, c
33 20 15 Hill A.C 2 0 2 4 3 1 3—15 City Line 7 9 1 2 0 1 x—20
The Summary: Doubles, Fer- ence, Hadyniak, Q o d e r s t a d . Triples, Ference, Sica, Jones, Csajkowskl. • Home Runs, Tylka, Donovan.
Debs Beat Yuhasz Girls, 1 to 3, in Girls Ree League
CARTERFT Miss Cromwell pitrhnl the IVbs to their second
ii-lit win of the season, allow- tn*4 imly four scattered hit* nnd
nut! the Yuhasz Girls, 7 to 3. tin ttrfk in the Rwratton Girl's Softball i^ame ut the Columbus Schnol fli'ld,
•riii- nibs won by spotting their opponents three runs In the first InniiiK and I hen righting back to win the tnme with rallies In the 1:11 •• rounds,
Frank OiTen Is roach of the Debs.
The box score: (ilKI.'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE
Viilmii i J) AB R H
A. Cnplk, c Mule. 2h KLsh, 2t> Vmsko. If Bishop, ss C/.itjkowski Kovnl, p M. Fnytok. lb Sosnowskl, rf I). Fnytok, 3b ,1 enpik. cf
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Cleaners Win 5th in Row, Route City Line
C A R T E R E T The Nn-Way Cleaners, for many years one of Carteret's outstandlnn softball clubs, continued to hold that reputation by banning out their fifth struWht triumph in the Mens Softball League behind the h i g h l y e f f e c t i v e hurling of "Blackie" Sosnowskl.
They easily beat the City Line aggregation, 20 to 6, ns Steve Trosko, Jr., and catcher for the tfu-Way boys, slapped out four hits In five trips to the plate. In- cluding a triple and home run.
The winners had their blugetft Innlnn In the fifth round when they batted completely around and scored nine runs
The box scare: MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE
CHr Llnr 16)
D e l i s ( 7 )
Mesqulta, ss Duherty, 3b Moon1, lb Cromwell, p Bar.mowski, Itompn, cf Dushnnrk. c, Siwm, i' . HiU'ki't'isel, 2b Adums, rf
If
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4 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0
Lewandowski Hurl Holy Family Nine
To 9-1 Triumph C A R T E R E T — "Lemons"
Lewandowski, one , of Coi'teret's leading hurlers, turped In his sec- ond one-hitter of j the season to defeat the Ramblers as the Holy Family copped Its third straight victory of the season, 9 to 1, In the Men's Senior Baseball League played at the high school field.
Ted Mortsea, losing pitcher, got the only hit off Lewandowski when he poked a single with two out in the seventh to drive In the Ramblers' lone run.
Steve Lukasiuk had a big day at bat, with four for four, includ- ing a three-bagger and home-run.
Both the Holy Family and Ramblers are now deadlocked for first place.
The box score: SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Holy Family (9) AB R H
South River, 6-4. Stragepede hits homer and triple and nearly get- ting another homer. Tth loss of the season.
Jay Vee team finish their schedule, losing to South River. 10-4, Team record now at 6 wins 8 losses and 1 tie.
Biggest win of the season occurred Saturday, when Cartaret eliminates New Brunswick from the Tournament by a score of 3-2. Ray Vlnsko finally getting a few breaks and allows only 3 hits.
Team will play Jamesburg to- night at 5:30 P, M, at the high school for the Championship. Carteret holds 2 victories over Jamesburg, 4-3 and 7-p during the regular season.
E.Weber, If Lukach, 2b Hayduk. lb S. Lukasiuk, 3b M. Lukasiuk. ss Molczan, cf '.. 2 Makwinskl, c Wizna, rf Lewandowski, p
.. 4 2 3
26 Ramblers (1)
AB R H MERttICK—JUNE 10 Nardi. ss 4 0 Woodhull, rf 3 0 Dorko, 2b * 0 0 King, 2b 2 0
"(ImToTthe favorite teams In the Junior League, most of the boys have played with the Juy Vee team. Sponsored !>v Ernie Sabo, former A's and Yankee player. Handled by Benny Zusman and John Bubnik. Back row, Ernie Rohaly, Danief Semeiua, Ronald Puslllo, John Antoneltl. Secund row, George Rurtlak, Bart Naparano, Ernie Sabo (sponsor), Benny Zusman (manager), John Polan- csak, Bobby Rusnah. Kneelln*. Joe Nardl, Bobby Horvath, Jack Paiva, Ronnie Sxp»k, Bill Omler
(captain). Mlssine from the picture are Billy Vinsko and Coach Bubnik.
27 7 7
Rallies by 9-7 CARTERET — The St. Ellas
baseball team scored six hits in the first inning on one Kit, three errors and one walk. But still they couldn't win a ball game. . *
Butkocy who replaced Mayorek on the hill for Bo's allowed only one hit the rest of the way as the Bo's came from behind to eke out a 9 to 7 triumph In the Men's Softball League Tuesday evening at Leibig's field.
MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE St. Ellas' (7)
AB R H Keats, 3b 2 Balaris, 2b 3 Konci, ss Kolnak, lb Lozak, If Gajamb, e He'rshey, cf ... Poznanski, rf Koskoski, rf . Magella, p
Bo's Tavern 27 7 2
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Kent; 2b Helley, 3b Merelo, cf J. Weber, If Bubnick, lb Mortsea, p
Holy Family Ramblers
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Lesky, 3b Bohanek, 2b Staubach, ss Medwick, c .. Adams, cf ... Sisko,. If Sipos, lb 3
01 Akalewicz, rf Butkocy, p
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24 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 5—9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1—1
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The summary: Two base hits, Hershey. Three base hits, Lesky. Home runs, Konci and Bohanek. Umpires—Semenza and Pallnkas.
Barrens Top Blues In Meet, 73 to 26
OABTEiRBT—The Blues los track meet to Woodbridge I week, 1*3 to 26, Carteret -won out only In two events—the 100-yard dash—Which was won by Lou Kldy In 10 seconds flat, and the 440, which was captured by Don Gardner in 54 seconds,
ffte complete results lollow: 100-yard dash: Kady <c»; Alex-
ander (W); Baldwin (C). Time .10.
220-yard dash: Alexander <W>; Kady <C>: Baldwin (C>. Time .88.8.
440-yard dftsh: Garner <C); Legity (W); Rose <W>. Time .54
WO'-yard dash: Siglinski (W> Hattenann <W); Wetter (C) Tkne 2:10.
Mile: Pair (W); Pietschker (W); Btima (C>. Time 4.57.
Pole Vault: Rebovich (W) Coraski (W); Kent (C). Distance 10 fU 6 in.
Broad Jump: Homing (W> Kurtiak (C); Alexander (W). Dis tance20 ft. 1 'A in.
Discus: Adams <W); Kapik (Ol 'Hegler (W). Distance 167 feet.
Javelin: Adams (W); KapiV (C); Hegler (W). Distance 167 fl 3 to.
Shot Put: Adams <W>; Sabel (Vf>: Kapik )C). Distance 47 ft 3 in-.
Hlffh Jump: Jennings (W> (four tied for second-.place). Dls tance 5 ft. 6 in.
Team score, Carteret 26.
King's Winning Single Defeats
Sparks by 7 to 6 CARTERET — A "bases-loaded"
single by Dougy King gave the Nu-Way Cleaners their fourth straight victory this week at Lei- big's field. Victims of the i-to-6 defeat were the Sparta.
Moe Kalusek relieved Bill Kut-
Russo, cf Saiinaro, 2b Jones, If 3. SUagapede, ss Oural, 3b Ctajkowakl, c Makwinski, c Rerbertson, p Abate, p < P. Stragapede, if
Nu-Way 1201
Mlokics, 2b Hagan, ss P. Virag, If A, Vlrag, If L. Resko, 3b E. Resko, rf Barna, lb KeaU, cf Trosko, c , Sosnowskl, p
AB 3 3 4 4 3 4 2 1 2 3
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36 20 10 0 0 15 0 0 0—8 2 0 3 4 9 2 x—20
The summary: Triples, Tvosko. Home Runs< Hagan. E. Resko, Trosko and Saglnaro.
Wasilewski Lists Schedule for Rec
Weekly Leagues CARTERET—Stspi Wasilewski,
hard working director of me Car- teret Recreation Department, to- day released the following sched- ule for the cQinlP* week In the summer program. With the vaca- tion season drawing near, games are being scheduled In both the Union and kidget loops.
The weekly program follows: Leibig's Field—8:15 P. M.
Monv Sparks vs. St. Joe's; Tues,, Nu-way vs. St. Ella's; Wed., Bo's vs. City line; Thurs., Knights vs.
Hill AC. Senior League
Wed., Yuhas» Girl's vs. Furnwr- ettfes; Thurs., Debs vs. Yuhww
Girls. Junior Lettsue—8:«0 at Park
Field , Ulman's Bakery vs. Spar- Fit , Cru6nders vs. Ukran-
Lans. Midget League
Mon., Rebels vs. Aces at Grant Avenue; Tues., Apaches vs. Cardr inals at Park; Tues,, Pirate All Stars vs. Holy Family at Grant Ayentit^ W«d,, Wildcats vs. Bravei at Grant Avenue; We<Vi Cardinals vs. Rebels at Park; Fri., Aces Vs.
at Uiwit
Top St. Elias, 84 OARTEROT — The Knights of
Columbus chalked up their fifth straight triumph this week In the Men's Senior Softball League by walloping 'the St. Ellas' boys. 8
to 4, at Leibig's Field. Paced by Tony Sosnowskl's flve-
hit performance, the Knights took a 7 to 4 lead In the third Inning and were never headed thereafter. It was Tony's tMlrd straight win without a single Laf««t,
St. Ellas' (4) AB
Mon., rows;
Zatoel, lib Kolnak, % Ponvanskl, If Koke, If, rf . Hershey, of, If Ltaak. rf M*t*Sft, ft
Knl«hts JoJ)n Kend Kaskiw, ss SarHilo, cf Joe Kend, 1 J Mitrok*. 2b T. Lawlor, rf Kolltoas, if Redro, c Ftmlua, c A.
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OCEANPORT, N. J.—Thorough- bred racing returns to the resort ection of northern New Jersey aturday with the opening of the
ninth season at new Monmouth Park, a name mad£ famous in turf history from 1870 through 1893 and then revived in 1946. The horses will begin a 50-day campaign for $400,000 in stakes and better ^han a million dollars in purses at 2:30 P. M. For pa- trons who like the extra action, there will be a daily double, on the first and second races, with sales closing fit 2:15 P.M. each day.
The policy of offering n wide variety of stakes, with values ranging up to $50,000 each for the Monmouth Handicap and Oaks, has proven a sound one, judging from the fine response made by horsemen to these stakes. Ellgl- toles for Monmouth 'Park features this year include Native Dancer. Straight Face, Royal Vale,' Hasty Road, Porterhouse, Errard King, White Skies, Evening Out, Queen Hopeful, LaCorredoia, Atalanta, Grecian Queen and Common- wealth, to list just a few.
Increased accommodations in the clubhouse, plus larger facil- ities for parking of automobiles, lead Monmouth Park officials to anticipate new records this sea- son, not only on opening day but for the entire session. On Satur- day the track will be shooting at a mari* of 21,726 patrons, made at the 1953 opening when $1,463,-
89 was wagered. For-the 1953 season Monmouth attracted 994,- 75 and betting hit $85,898,106.
The Oceanport Handicap, a six urlong spin wjarth $15,000 added,
will be the highlight of the open- ng program and is expected to
attract such top sprinters as Wtiite Skies, Pet Bully, Hyphasis, Brazen Brat, Eatontown, Jet Master, Freedom Parley and Mr.
aradise..
President Amory L. Haskell and the staff that has operated under him since 1946 are confident that the public will approve the changes made prior to this meet- ng. A sixth floor on the club-
house, two new speed elevators, a new dining room and moving of the Salvator dining terrace to- gathir with tth* '*£ D&W lminggy In the grandstand a ^ among major Improvements, designed to provide full facilities 6n all levels. In tile stable area, Monmouth Park has flreproofed all stalls In Its 28 barns.
Prominent in the affairs o'l Monmouth Park, under President Haskell, are Edward J. Brennan, genera] manager, Philip H. Iselln, treasurer, Eugene L. Norton, Vice president, Reeve Schley, vice chalrmatt, ToftttsAnd tf Martin, secretary and John Turner, Jr., racing secretary.
A world's record dally dpuble pool of (366,378 and the State's highest single day handled $3,465- 476 are among Monmouth's treasured achievements.
ney In the sixth frame after Hie Sparks held a two-run edge.
With the score tied in the eighth inning, Kalusek Walked one man and Bill Kutney was called back to pitch, after going to right field1. He walked two more men to fill the bags. Then Doutry King got up, picked on* out that he liked and drove It out for a single to send in the winning run.
Sparks (6) AB
Lukach, ss 4 O'RIelly, If 4 Koval, 3b 3 J, Kiedel, lto 4 Haroskl, rf, 2b 4 Kalusek, p 1 Griffith, 2b 3 Shanley, cf 3 B. Rledel, c 3 Kutney, p, rf 3
R 2 2 2.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
H
Nu-Way
32 (7) AB
R ] 2 0 0
Shorts From Monmouth Park
Champs at Monmouth O C E A N P O R T , N. J.—Four
Jockeys riding at Monmouth Park have wone the national Jockey championship seven times be- tween them. They are Johnny Adams (1937-42-43), Ted Atkin- son 11944-46 K Charlie Burr (1951), and Jack Westrope il933>.
Dancer and Straight Face OCEANPORT. N. J . -The 1954
handicap division championship may be decided at Monmouth Park If Native Dancer continues in action. The Dancer and his chief rival, Straight Face, are nominated for the $50,000 Mon- mouth Handicap on July 24.
L. Resko, c, lb 4 Trosko, c 1 P. Vlrag, W> 2 MicWcs, 9b 2 E. Resko, rf 3 Keats, cf 3 Sosnowski, p 2;
Sparks Nu-Way
0 0 0 1 0 2 2
0 0
8 0—6
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Greiner Girls in 8 to 3 Win Over
Shore All vStars CARTRRET - Contiulnn their
wlnnltu ways, the WoodbridRe Oreincv Girls defeated the Shore All Stars »t. Roosevelt Park last Sunday by the score of 8 to 3.
Myrtle Schenek pitched a nifty five-hitter mid was never In any duntwr of IOSIIIK.
- Next, Sunday the Drainers will piny the Kleinerettes. of New Brunswick at Roosevelt Park.
WoorihridgF Grrlnef Oirls Afi R H
Bchenck. p 4 0 2 Kaczmarek. c 4 2 2 Horvath. cf 3 1. 0 Wahler. If 0 0 0 yinsco. If 4 2 0 Keller, if 1 0 1 ftaspolich. lb 2f "2 2 Hftrdlns. ss 2 0 0 Madgcr, 2b 2 0 0 Jjtout. 3b 3 0 1 Licinski, rf . 3 0 0 Katonn. 2b 0 1 0
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Shore All Stars AB R H
Murphy, cf 4 0 2 Kewman, lb 3 0 0 Carsten, 3b 3 0 1 Kusner, 2b 2 1 0 Turner, c 3 1 1 Boutole, ss 3 0 1 Ralston, if . 3 0 0 DeShaw, If 3 l 0 Letsche, p 3 0 0
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TO WEI) SUNDAY CARTERET — Miss Ethel Rose
Demeter, daughter of Mr. and klrs, Louis Oemeter, 39 Spruce Street, Port Reading, will be mar- l-led Sunday, June 13, to Everett George Garthwalte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Garthwaite, Colonial Avenue, Union, at 2:30 P. M. in St. Ellas Greek Catholic Church.
Dr. Albert Richman Optometrist
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Weekdays 9:30 A. M. - 8 P.,M. Saturdays 9:30 A. M. - 5 P, M.
And By Appointment Closed Wednesdays
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Your Garden This Week, Br Chirin H. Connon
Rnlten UnWmlty, the SUte tnlrmlty of New Jener
Peonies have now or will soon be past their blooming period. Be sure to RO over the plants now and cut oft the dower heads'.
Look especially for any buds thai started and swelled to the size of a walnut or sometimes almost t< opening size and then turned black hnd failed to open more. These are often Infected with the botryil disease that sometime.1! causes bud blast.
Observe also whether shoots started from below ground and Brew only a few Inches hlsh, turn- Inn black. These should be re- moved. If you wnnt to be particu- larly careful, Rather the petals that have fallen, as these may prove a source of infection. Good sani- tary practices will do as much as anythlnK to halt this disease.
It is advisable to fertilize pe onles In the early spring before much growth Is made. If you did not do It then, apply some ferti- lizer now. The plants are busy at this time making new buds and storing reserve food for the start of next year.
Use a complete commercial fer- tilizer, such as 5-10-6 or similar analysis, at the rate of one pound to three or four square feet. Spread It on the soil about the plants and work It In by shallow digging or with a hoe or cultivator.
The rose garden needs attention at this time, especially for the control of Insects and black spot disease. It Is wise to spray or dust carefully once every 10 days or two weeks.
Many manufacturers of pesti- cides offer small packages for growers who have only a few bushes. Many of them make com- bination sprays and dusts for the rose garden. This combination should > contain fertoam to control black spot, some form of sulfur to control mildew that comes later and Insecticides to kill chewmH pests, such as slugs, and sucking insects, such as aphids and thrlps
Galley's Tavern Routs AVs Tavern by 4 to 2
CARTERET — Galley's Tavern defeated Al's Tavern, 4 to 2, as Paul Kurant pitched six-hit ball for the winners.
BUI Kutney also turned In a six-hitter, ibutx two errors in the first inning enabled Galley's to score three runs.
Brlndley paced the Elizabeth team at bat with two hits. John Kindzlerski and Tony Sarzlllo had two hits apiece for the Carteret boys.
Galley's Tavern Is booking games with .other tavern teams in